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Book Title: La Mujer Que Lo Tiene Todo: Crea Tu Mejor Vida = The Woman Who Have Everthing|
The author of the book: Marcus Buckingham
Edition: Grupo Nelson
Date of issue: December 29th 2009
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ISBN 13: 9781602552418
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En "La mujer que lo tiene todo," Marcus Buckingham revela la clave poderosa para traer satisfaccion, paz y control a la vida de una mujer.
En el mundo de hoy, ?puede verdaderamente una mujer "tenerlo todo"? ?Una carrera satisfactoria llena de pasion y rendimiento? ?Una creencia de que ella verdaderamente esta llegando a ser la mejor version autentica de si misma? ?Una vida feliz y sana fuera del trabajo? En "La mujer que lo tiene todo," Marcus Buckingham revela la poderosa clave para ayudar a las mujeres a sacar suficiente fuerza de la vida para sentirse realizadas, amadas, exitosas y con dominio propio. Es mas, el ayuda a las mujeres a reconectarse con su proposito y ofrece un punto de partida para el cambio. Un mensaje basado en investigaciones que se aplican al trabajo y la vida, "La mujer que lo tiene todo" muestra a las mujeres una "teoria unificada" para como realmente poder tenerlo todo.
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Read information about the authorIn a world where efficiency and competency rule the workplace, where do personal strengths fit in?
It's a complex question, one that intrigued Cambridge-educated Marcus Buckingham so greatly, he set out to answer it by challenging years of social theory and utilizing his nearly two decades of research experience as a Sr. Researcher at Gallup Organization to break through the preconceptions about achievements and get to the core of what drives success.
The result of his persistence, and arguably the definitive answer to the strengths question can be found in Buckingham's four best-selling books First, Break All the Rules (coauthored with Curt Coffman, Simon & Schuster, 1999); Now, Discover Your Strengths (coauthored with Donald O. Clifton, The Free Press, 2001); The One Thing You Need to Know (The Free Press, 2005) and Go Put Your Strengths To Work (The Free Press, 2007). The author gives important insights to maximizing strengths, understanding the crucial differences between leadership and management, and fulfilling the quest for long-lasting personal success. In his most recent book, Buckingham offers ways to apply your strengths for maximum success at work.
What would happen if men and women spent more than 75% of each day on the job using their strongest skills and engaged in their favorite tasks, basically doing exactly what they wanted to do?
According to Marcus Buckingham (who spent years interviewing thousands of employees at every career stage and who is widely considered one of the world's leading authorities on employee productivity and the practices of leading and managing), companies that focus on cultivating employees' strengths rather than simply improving their weaknesses stand to dramatically increase efficiency while allowing for maximum personal growth and success.
If such a theory sounds revolutionary, that's because it is. Marcus Buckingham calls it the “strengths revolution.”
As he addresses more than 250,000 people around the globe each year, Buckingham touts this strengths revolution as the key to finding the most effective route to personal success and the missing link to the efficiency, competency, and success for which many companies constantly strive.
To kick-start the strengths revolution, Buckingham and Gallup developed the StrengthsFinder exam (StrengthsFinder.com), which identifies signature themes that help employees quantify their personal strengths in the workplace and at home. Since the StrengthsFinder debuted in 2001, more than 1 million people have discovered their strengths with this useful and important tool.
In his role as author, independent consultant and speaker, Marcus Buckingham has been the subject of in-depth profiles in The New York Times, Fortune, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal and is routinely lauded by such corporations as Toyota, Coca-Cola, Master Foods, Wells Fargo, Yahoo and Disney as an invaluable resource in informing, challenging, mentoring and inspiring people to find their strengths and obtain and sustain long-lasting personal success.
A wonderful resource for leaders, managers, and educators, Buckingham challenges conventional wisdom and shows the link between engaged employees and productivity, profit, customer satisfaction, and the rate of turnover. Buckingham graduated from Cambridge University in 1987 with a master's degree in Social and Political Science.